Yes, soccer players do get a wide variety of injuries.
football had the most injuries.
Australian Football has more injuries than soccer, its only because soccer is played internationally, there is alot more ways for a person to get hurt in Australian football than soccer
the most common injury in soccer/football are those from the arguments!
the contact sport that has the most injuries in my opinion would be soccer.
Soccer players get injured much more than basketball players.
Yes, they would all be sports where players do get injuries.
no football because you can break every bone in your body
They are actually the same game.
by football do you mean soccer?
Soccer players get leg injuries, and occasionaly they get a head cut, but most of the time their "injuries" are faked, trying to get the ref to give the other team a penalty.
All kinds of physical injuries you can imagine. Broken bones, torn muscles, and bleeding.
she had feet problems.
Persistent injuries and advancing age.
A lot. u cant find the exact number cuz there are many soccer players who get hurt everyday, so u cant find the exact # of injuries in America.
20 top soccer players in 2006
Soccer only allows for shin guards as protective gear. Injuries and deaths are common in the sport.
You would have to ask a jogger or a person who runs. You can also visit a website on running injuries to find out which were the top 5 reported injuries that are common.
It is rough tackles and long time injuries after operations.
there have about the same amount of injuries
Stretching before practicing and playing is one of the primary things someone can do to try to avoid injuries while playing soccer. It is also important to wear quality and well-fitting protective gear.
Bloody nose from the ball hitting you in the face